In a move to increase storage capabilities, improve the flow and variety of food, and become wheelchair accessible, the Island Food Pantry has relocated from its longstanding home at the United Methodist Stone Church in Vineyard Haven to the Portuguese American Club (PA Club) in Oak Bluffs.
For more information for Pantry participants, click here.
To read our press release, click here.
How can you help?
There are many ways that an individual or group can have a meaningful impact. Businesses, nonprofit organizations, churches, schools, residents, seasonal residents, and visitors all have a role to play in reducing food insecurity on Martha’s Vineyard. For some, it’s donating much-needed food items; for others, it’s financial contributions or volunteer time. Please contact us at 508-693-4767 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like more information on how you can help.
Together with our many volunteers, partners, and supporters, we help sustain our neighbors in times of need by providing a dependable source of wholesome food.